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Sterling Bay plans to build affordable housing on more than 100 vacant lots on Chicago’s South and West sides, as the developer known for larger and glitzier projects takes a crack at Chicago’s affordable housing shortage. The plan is part of a broader effort, led by Chicago construction firm Skender, to manufacture sections of buildings on an assembly line in the Little Village area.

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